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New bank opens in downtown Fort Worth

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Valliance Bank, an Oklahoma City-based bank, has opened a banking center in Fort Worth.

Valliance Bank has named Shelby Bruhn as president. Bruhn brings over 15 years of banking experience.

Prior to joining Valliance, Bruhn served as executive vice president and advisory board member at Platinum Bank in Southlake. Bruhn holds a Bachelor of Accounting and Information Management from the University of Texas at Dallas and is attending the Graduate school of Banking Colorado in Boulder.

The new office is at the 777 Main Street building in downtown Fort Worth and will serve small business owners and executives as well as individual clients, according to a news release from the bank.

“Over the past few decades, Fort Worth businesses have helped transform the city into a vibrant center of enterprise, culture, and trade, and we want to support that growth,” said Bruhn. “As a relationship bank, we are pleased to offer our niche services to meet the needs of businesses in the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth market.”

Valliance Bank was established in Oklahoma City in 2004 as a financial partner to business owners and executives interested in customized solutions to their banking needs. The bank now includes banks in Oklahoma City, Norman, Oklahoma and McKinney.

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